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Lee's Summit CARES Character Patrol: Tim...
Lee's Summit CARES Character Patrol: Tim Moore
October 15, 2012
By Jessica Root
Intern Reporter for the Tribune
Recently Lee’s Summit CARES was able to take advantage of a great partnership with the University of Central Missouri. Tim Moore, one of the students who volunteered to work with Lee’s Summit CARES, has shown great initiative and enthusiasm.
With a smile, Moore helped the children make tootsie roll ghosts at Oktoberfest. He had almost as much fun as they did.
When he wasn’t at Oktoberfest in the Lee’s Summit CARES booth, he was at the Lee’s Summit CARES drug Take Back program. His entire weekend was devoted to Lee’s Summit CARES.
Moore also helped with the Love and Logic Classes at South Summit Christian Church.
“Anything he has been asked to do he has done with joy and passion,” Susan Coffman, Lee’s Summit CARES Program Coordinator, said.
Moore was asked to tabulate data for Lee’s Summit Cares, and it was no surprise when he gladly agreed to do so, even if it might take him over his allotted number of hours.
Moore is dedicating the weekend of November 9, 10 and 11 to Holly Festival, the only fundraiser of the DARE program organized by Lee’s Summit CARES.
“He has been responsible and attended every function he agreed to attend. He has made every meeting, and he has gone the EXTRA mile all with a charming smile and dedication,” Coffman said.
“Tim Moore is a great example of a compassionate community volunteer. Thank you, Tim, for your support.”
This week’s Character Patrol is brought to you by Susan Coffman.
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